To get started with HootSuite for #SolarChat, please review this post, and then return here to get the enhanced panelist tutorial. Thank you again for your interest and participation! If…read more +
In November 2011, EcoOutfitters launched #SolarChat, a monthly discussion facilitated on Twitter that joins solar and renewable industry experts and solar-curious consumers to discuss issues relevant to solar energy, solar PR, solar hot water, solar pool heating, etc. The goal of #SolarChat, which is held on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 2-3:00 p.m. EST, is to make solar a reality for every home and business across America.
Since its inception, #SolarChat has connected thousands of solar professionals, from solar PV manufacturers and solar installation company owners, to solar corporation CEOs, renewable energy association representatives, and other “green” leaders. We have developed into “the industry’s think tank,” engaging in robust, informative, and actionable topics such as solar industry growth, solar certifications, solar myths, net metering, solar and the media, solar financing, and more. View all recaps below.
As some of you know,TweetGrid is not currently playing well with the Twitter API (or the other way around)… what’s a #SolarChat participant to do? No worries. We have a few alternate options to recommend, namely Twubs and HootSuite. Here’s an easy how-to:
When The Christian Science Monitor reporter David J. Unger contacted me to discuss how my home’s solar PV system was affected by Sandy, I was more than happy to share my story as I am sure it is not unique.
It’s hard to believe but today marks six months since Super Storm Sandy….
During the April 24th #SolarChat, we discussed Utilities, Solar, and Customer Expectation. Our goal: To explore how customers and power providers can effectively communicate together and share common goals.
We invite media to submit questions to the #SolarChat team for future integration. Engage solar industry professionals, workers, representatives, and other renewable energy experts in an innovative, collaborative manner.
The April 10, 2013 installment of #SolarChat focused on the very thing that has shaped our bi-monthly “think tank” collaboration: Social media. Here are some highlights…